Briefs for Jan. 13, 2012: Time for DAR meeting changes
The time for the monthly meeting of the Augusta Wallihan Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution has changed.
The group meets at 10 a.m. on the second Saturday of the month at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4265, 419 E. Victory Way. The next meeting is scheduled for Saturday.
Call Shannan Koucherik at 824-9518 for more information.
Fuller Center work day is Saturday
Moffat County Fuller Center for Housing is seeking community participation for an event from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the group’s housing site, 731 Yampa Ave., or the old Simmons Rooming House location.
The group is seeking volunteers to help remove nails from boards that have been taken out of the house so the boards can be sold. Food and drinks will be furnished.
Massage program opens services
The massage program at Colorado Northwestern Community College’s Craig campus will offer massages from Jan. 15 through May 1 at the campus’ career technical building, 2801 W. Ninth St.
The massages cost $25 per hour and are offered by students in the class. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 824-1113.
2011 tax statements to be mailed
Elaine Sullivan, Moffat County treasurer, will be mailing 2011 tax statements in the last week of January.
After payment is received, the treasurer’s office will not be sending a return receipt due to the cost of postage. Your check is your best receipt. The treasurer’s office is requesting those requiring a receipt to send an additional $2.44 with payment.
For questions or more information, call 824-9111.
Literacy carnival set for Jan. 26
Sunset Elementary School, 800 W. Seventh St., will host a literacy carnival from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Jan. 26.
The event is free and open to children in preschool through fifth grade and their families.
Children can trade gently used books in a book exchange and play literacy-related games at the event, which is put on by the Sagebrush Reading Council. All students will receive a new book.
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